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  • Hi Anthony,

    I just saw that you will be presenting at Tri-State on tax foreclosures.  My husband and I would love to attend.  Have you scheduled a date for that yet?  Looking forward to it and hopefully meeting you and all my other "new friends" at Tri-State Mixer meetings.  Until then, Margie Parrillo

  • Just noticed it's your Birthday today, Happy Birthday, and many more to come. 

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Company Name

Anthony L. Velasquez, Esquire, LLC


What I have to offer is... (be specific)

I am a licensed attorney (over 18 years) in New Jersey. I am in-house corporate counsel for a tax lien company that acquires distressed properties and wholesales them to flippers or other buyers. I also provide general real estate legal services including residential closings, commercial transactions, leases, etc. I have particular knowledge and experience in the tax lien and tax foreclosure industry. My clients range from residential and commercial buyers and sellers to wholesalers, flippers and investors who capitalize upon the tax foreclosure markets. I also represent buyers, sellers, borrowers, lenders, landlords, tenants, contractors and property managers with regard to nearly all real estate-related matters. Personally, I engage in my own real estate investments when the opportunity presents itself. My office can be reached at 609-273-2630.


What I am looking for is... (be specific)

I seek networking opportunities with like-minded persons and businesses. I welcome new clients and returning ones! I am always willing to share my knowledge and experience. I intend to provide an upcoming lecture series for Tri-State members on tax foreclosures and the ability to capitalize upon such opportunities in New Jersey. I also seek personal investment opportunities.


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Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. commented on Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq.'s blog post Tax Foreclosures in NJ are often good investments, but should you obtain a title search prior to bidding upon a Tax Sale Certificate? by Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq.
"UPDATE, MAY, 2018:
On April 26, 2018, the Appellate Division of the NJ Superior Court ruled and decided upon the “farmland preservation” case mentioned in an article by this same author about whether or not investors are required to perform title se…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. commented on Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq.'s blog post DISTRESSED PROPERTY BUYERS BEWARE! (by Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq.)
"As follow up, I am glad to report that this decision was vacated in January, 2016, and the Final Judgment was reinstated.  So the fear of this leading to other bad decisions has been put to rest."
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. replied to Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq.'s discussion I need additional rehab contractors in the Trenton area for a large property
"Mary Jane,  For some reason I didn't see this post for a month, so I apologize for the slow response.  I do not know Chuck (as recommended by Joel above), but after I posted my original question asking for contractor recommendations, I discovered th…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. replied to Ethan Borshansky's discussion Using owner occupant exception to clear tenants
"PS.  I wanted to add that there IS a mandatory period of time set forth within the statute where the good faith occupancy must occur, and that time period is 6 months.  (See N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.6.)  So even where the occupancy is part-time under the g…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. commented on al's blog post Hey, Pay Attention! Are You the 1 in 11 Who will NEVER Sell their Home?
"I saw this post and since it goes into effect on January 1, 2013 (quite soon), I thought I'd clarify a bit for some of the misinformation out there.  The tax was set forth in the health care bill as a way to fund the health care overhaul.  The tax D…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. replied to Ethan Borshansky's discussion Using owner occupant exception to clear tenants
"Yes, that is why the Court imposed the "good faith" requirement.  It must be in good faith, and not just a ploy each time you use it, or else it would fail the Court's test.
Ethan Borshansky said:
Thanks. I like what you raise in the last paragrap…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. replied to Ethan Borshansky's discussion Using owner occupant exception to clear tenants
"Ethan,  I thought you should know that there was a case that went all the way to the NJ Supreme Court on this exact issue, and it established the prevailing law for NJ as to “owner-occupied”.  The law is strict as to the “owner” being the occupant (…"
Sep 24
Anthony L. Velasquez, Esq. replied to Ethan Borshansky's discussion LLC question - Registered Agent Service worth it?
"I have found that using a registered agent is good in some ways and bad in other ways.  I’ve used the major ones in the Trenton area (all NJ state filings occur in Trenton so the companies generally set up shop in Trenton or in neighboring Ewing), a…"
Sep 24
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